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Coastal management in Australia

  • 342 Pages
  • 4.91 MB
  • English
Oxford University Press , Oxford, New York
Coastal zone management -- Aust



Statementby Nick Harvey and Brian Caton.
SeriesMeridian, Australian geographical perspectives
ContributionsCaton, Brian.
LC ClassificationsHT395.A9 H37 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 342 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3753941M
ISBN 100195537947
LC Control Number2003446597

Coastal Management in Australia is the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of this important subject. Interesting case studies are used to illustrate human impact on coastal processes as well as demonstrating the global significance of the coast and the international imperative to manage.

Book description Coastal Management in Australia introduces the background to the various coastal management systems operating in Australia and illustrates these with 'real world' examples from the different states and by: 3.

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This book explores the evolution of coastal management, and provides critical insights into contemporary experience and understanding of coastal management in Australia. It draws on contemporary theory and lessons from case examples to highlight the roles of research and community engagement in coastal by: 6.

In Australia, coastal management is predominantly a state and territory government responsibility (Kay and Lester, ;Harvey and Caton, ; Harvey et al., ; England, ;Kelly and Brown. This is the 2nd example of successful coastal management in Australia that i have chosen to explain.

Since 's, the idea of beach nourishment was introduced to Sydney. However, only a minimal nourishment has taken place at Cronulla and Manly beach. As was emphasised in previous SoE reports (e.g.

SoE ), coastal management in Australia is carried out using a range of approaches by multiple levels of government. Most management is done by local councils and state and territory governments, and for most issues, levels of government are not coordinated (see Integrated coastal management frameworks).

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In addition to its comprehensive coverage of general concepts related to coastal regions, the book describes the strategic basis for coastal management, provides a set of working tools for 5/5(2).

Australia’s coast. However, storms in the s, 50s and 60s caused major damage along Adelaide’s beaches. This led to Local and State Government jointly funding a major Adelaide University study into the management of Adelaide’s beaches.

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Sustainable development and conservation of ocean and coastal resources requires the insights. Coastal management programs are prepared by councils in consultation with their communities. Regional contacts. Hunter/Central Coast. Consultation public submissions. Public submissions on coastal management reforms.

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NSW Coastal Management Reforms: Report on Submissions Received. Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. issue of coastal management in Australia. The guide will encourage students to explore issues in their locality, and will cover coastal management as the key underlying issue with coastal erosion as the “attractor” to the core topic, and relating themes including the risks to Australian beaches and researching coastal change.

This book illustrates the coastal processes and systems that form and impact Australia's km coast and beach systems. These processes include geology, geomorphology, climate, waves, tides, currents, sediment supply, as well as coastal ecosystems, beach usage, and hazards.

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Featuring original case studiesCited by: 4. [toc] Coastal erosion and shoreline recession from sea-level rise is a significant risk to coastal Australia.

Individuals, businesses and local governments undertake coastal risk assessments to understand how they might be affected now and in the future. Coastal erosion in Scotts Head, New South Wales. Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) is the process for managing all coastal issues in a framework integrated across biota and habitats, time and space, and levels of attempts to consider and streamline cooperation among a range of stakeholders and government agencies.

The overarching aim of ICZM is sustainability, while achieving the best possible outcomes for both large. Coastal management is defence against flooding and erosion, and techniques that stop erosion to claim lands.

Coastal zones occupy less than 15% of the Earth's land area, while they host more than 45% of the world population. Nearly billion people live within km of a shoreline and m of sea level, with an average density 3 times higher than the global average for population.

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Figure Definition of the Australian Coast based on catchment boundaries. Source: after RAC b. management needs to be integrative in ils approach, and participatory for stakeholders. In Australia there has been considerable change in coastal management during the s.

The current unit of study deals with the key geographical issue of Coastal Management. Following fieldwork at Cronulla Beach, it seems that proper and effective management of coastal environments is imperative. Without proper management, both human and biotic systems suffer. The following outcomes will be covered throughout the unit.

Australia's commonwealth capacity building program. The aim of the NHT capacity building program is to enhance management and technical skills of coastal managers to carry out ICM, develop practical experience through workplace training and develop education and information materials to support community involvement in coastal by: Buy 1 pair of glasses and get 1 free.

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